Wales hold successful Physical Disability Rugby League trials

The first ever Physical Disability Rugby League (PDRL) trials in Wales took place last Saturday in Port Talbot as Wales prepare for this autumn’s Physical Disability World Cup. PDRL is an adapted version of rugby league aimed at facilitating those with physical disabilities the opportunity to play. It’s a nine-a-side game of rugby league which, […]

Wheelchair sides return to training

Domestic Wheelchair Rugby League returns to training in the coming weeks ahead of the 2022 season. Up in Deeside, Wales’ oldest team, North Wales Crusaders return to training this Friday 6-8pm at Deeside Leisure Centre and Ice Rink. To find out more on how to join the team, email 👉 Down in Ebbw Vale, […]

Kristoff Young appointed to referee the first game in the 2022 Challenge Cup

Welsh referee Kristoff Young, who hails from Chepstow, will blow his whistle to officially start the 2022 Betfred Rugby League Challenge Cup at 7pm on Friday January 14 at Pyle RFC when 2021 WRL men’s champions, Bridgend Blue Bulls take on the Royal Navy in the historic competition. It’s the first time a Challenge Cup […]

WRL Covid-19 update

Following the recent updates from the Welsh Government, please see the following documents that explains the current situation in regards to playing, coaching and watching rugby league in Wales. WRL Return to Play Strategy – JANUARY 2022 WRL – Return to Play Stage 4 – JANUARY 2022

Rugby League World Cup ball to be named after Clive Sullivan

Alongside match ball supplier Steeden, Rugby League World Cup have today (8 December 2021) revealed that the official tournament ball will honour our own former Wales and Great Britain international Clive Sullivan MBE. The ‘Sully Ball’ will be used in all 61 RLWC2021 matches across the men’s, women’s and wheelchair tournaments. The match ball has […]

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